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  1. Islington Lifelong Links

    Support for young people aged 14-25 who are in care or are care leavers Islington Lifelong Links is a new and exciting project for children and young people aged 14–25 who are in care or care leavers. It’s a great way of creating a positive,…
  2. The role of a SEND Keyworker

    SEN Keyworkers in our SEN Team coordinate the assessment and placement of children and young people with SEND. We have a Primary Team (0 to year 6), Secondary Team (Year 7 to 12) and a Year 13 and above Progression team. The SEND Keyworkers are linked…
  3. Bright Start New Parents Group

    The Bright Start New Parents Group is available to all parents in Islington who have babies under 4 months old.  The group is a welcoming and friendly space where new parents have the opportunity to meet other new parents in their local area. It is…
  4. SEND Parent Parliament - October 2023

    In October we asked the SEND Parent Parliament: What does Islington do well in supporting children with SEND? What are your concerns about SEND in Islington? What needs to change/happen to improve SEND in Islington? The results have been collated below. Islington’s SEN profile has…
  5. 11 by 11

    What is 11 by 11?   11 by 11 is a free programme of creative and cultural activities for children, young people and teachers.   It is a borough wide commitment for schools, cultural organisations and council services to work together to ensure the access…
  6. Adult Social Care Policies and Procedures

    Tri.x is our system for hosting all national and local Adult Social Care policies, procedures, guidance and resources. It is web based so can be accessed by all staff whether they are employed by Islington or not. It can also be accessed by the public…
  7. Islington mental health and resilience in schools (iMHARS)

    The inspiration for Islington mental health and resilience in schools  (iMHARS came while thinking about why schools pick particular interventions, what they aim to achieve, and how they monitor them. Resilience programmes, mindfulness lessons, nurture groups and therapy services are becoming increasingly popular and widespread, but…
  8. Grow my Brain: your baby's development

    Baby development Research shows that babies who feel safe and secure experience better brain development, even when they're still inside their mother’s tummy. Watch these eight short videos for ideas of loving interactions you can do with your baby, before and after they’re born, to…
  9. World of Work video resources

    Take a look at the videos in this section If you need support in finding a specific resource or creating your own, please email WorldofWork@Islington.gov.uk and we will do our best to help you. This section is currently under construction.
  10. World of Work resources for primary schools

    Resources for primary schools We have selected some of the best resources to support you on your career journey. These can be used independently by young people or by schools or community groups as part of a lesson. If you need support in finding a specific…
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